Android continues to be upwardly mobile

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Take a gander at that. In just three short months, Android grew an impressive 4% with the competition not even coming close to catching up. Go Android. Why the huge jump? You can thank the Droid, which was released in October. Droid should really be sending thank you notes to it’s marketing department about now.

It will be interesting to see how this chart changes once Nexus One sales are accounted for. Head over to comScore to see more graphs, including what people do with their smartphones

[Source AndroidCentral, comScore]

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Jolie Gendel
Though my day job takes me away from the tech world, much of my free time is spend being a gadget geek. I’m an Android Fan girl, and I’ve made it my goal to convert as many as possible to the green guy. Yeah, you can say I’m Android obsessed. I’m the proud owner of a Nexus One, and I’m excited to see where the future of Android goes. In the meantime, you’ll find me here writing about Android and enjoying my view of the great white north.

  • JAguirre1231

    Droid= Released November 6, 2009.

    • SkyWalka

      Also, Nexus One Sales are horrible to say the least, compared to The Droid

      • JAguirre1231

        That’s mostly due to Google’s poor advertising of it. After visiting so many websites, the text ads are completely blocked from your view. Commercials need to be done, let Verizon handle it….

  • JAguirre1231

    Droid= Released November 6, 2009.

    • SkyWalka

      Also, Nexus One Sales are horrible to say the least, compared to The Droid

      • JAguirre1231

        That’s mostly due to Google’s poor advertising of it. After visiting so many websites, the text ads are completely blocked from your view. Commercials need to be done, let Verizon handle it….

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